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Financial Statement Checklist This Financial Statement Checklist will be helpful to all those who would like to learn what kind of accounting documents they may need in their business activity to report their regular financial operations, incomes and costs.


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 1. Financial Statements:

  • Balance Sheet (statement of financial position): is used to register all of the company’s assets, liabilities, and owner’s equity (which are categories of the balance sheet). The balance sheet can give a comprehensive view of a company’s financial position at a specific time, such as the end of its financial year; 
  • Income Statement: aka the profit and loss statement, statement of financial performance, it is used for accounting of the company’s income and for tracing how the revenue gets transformed into the net income. It measures financial performance of a company over a specific accounting period;
  • Cash Flow Statement: organizes and reports the cash generated and used during the reporting period; 

2. Items to be registered in Financial Statements:

  • Revenues: income that a company earns from their business activity: selling goods or providing services. Revenues are reported in the statement of profit and loss (income statement);
  • Expenses: costs that a company incurs during its business activity. Expenses are also registered in income statement, and they include social charges, labour compensations, costs of materials, damages, rent and taxes. Besides these, depreciation expenses are also calculated and registered in income statement: noncash charges connected to real estate, equipment and other fixed assets;
  • Assets: business resources that a company operates while carrying out its business activity, they are registered by corporate accountants on the balance sheet, including short-term assets (such as currency, deposit accounts, negotiable instruments, accounts receivable and inventories) and long-term assets (such as buildings, machinery, furniture and tools);
  • Liabilities: a company’s debts to be repaid within certain term. They are registered on a balance sheet. Liabilities include matters such as accounts payable, salaries, taxes (short-term liabilities), loans, retirement benefits paid under pension plan, bonds payable, etc (long-term liabilities);
  • Equity Capital: capital of corporate shareholders who are investors owning an equity portion of their company. Equity capital is handled by accountants by recording in the last portion of the balance sheet (statement of shareholders’ equity);
  • Cash Flows: the information on a company’s cash flow activities is recorded the statement of cash flows having these items inside:
    • Operating Cash Flows: in the first item, the cash flow from operating activities is recorded, such as paying salaries, acquiring goods, services and long-term assets;
    • Investing Cash Flows: this item is used to report the aggregate change in a company’s cash position resulting from any gains (or losses) from investments, such as purchasing of stocks or acquisition of another company;
    • Financing Cash Flows: this category in the ...


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